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Therapists in Toronto

Ander Negrazis,   in Toronto
HonBA, MEd
“Social Isolation wreaks havoc on our ability to connect with ourselves and others. When broader social problems are blamed on individuals, a culture of disempowerment, shame, hopelessness, and self-hate develops. By uncovering and mapping-out the mechanics of social systems, the struggles you experience take on a broader social, rather than individual charachter. From here is becomes possible to plot alternative routes around and through social barriers to realize your potential and expand your scope of what you previously thought possible.
Toronto, Ontario M6H 4C1
Jenna Rose, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Toronto
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MSc
“As a Couple & Family Therapist, I hope to offer support, insight and a safer space in which to process, heal and grow. I believe all therapeutic work engages with relationships, even if just the relationship we have with ourselves. By focusing on the meaningful connections in our lives, and on the ways we have learned to approach them, it gives us the power to see ourselves more clearly and the ability to make the changes we hope for.
(647) 216-9555
Toronto, Ontario M6R 1L3
Lee-Anne Crawford, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW
“I am a qualified clinical counsellor with over ten years experience providing support to individuals who are coping with a large variety of life stressors. I am trained in suicide prevention. I am hear to listen actively and compassionately. I employ client-centred, nonjudgmental approaches in my work. There is no problem too big or too small. I welcome LGBTQ members or those who are questioning. Call for a free phone consult.
(416) 832-9985
Toronto, Ontario M4P 1R3
Steve DeGraaf, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, RSW
“As a Registered Social Worker, I am here for you, to help resolve any difficulties you experience, such as personal matters, relationship issues, or family problems. I can assist you to cope, and to find the solutions. I am flexible and can easily adapt my therapeutic style to your personal needs, expectations, and preferences. I have a Master's degree in Applied Psychology, and have had an enriching assortment of supervisors, colleagues, clients and students over the years, from whom I have learned so much. I have the skills that can help you. New clients are most welcomed.
(416) 551-8556
Toronto, Ontario M6E 1B5
Nat Roman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Toronto
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MSc, RP
“As an Individual, Couple & Family Therapist I am passionate about supporting clients in creating meaningful and sustainable changes in their lives and relationships. The decision to seek therapy and the process of finding the right therapist can be challenging. Without the right fit it can be difficult to open up about your challenges and get the support that you need. I am deeply committed to creating a safe, warm, caring, and respectful therapeutic environment where you can trust that you will be heard, understood, and offered appropriate and effective support.
(647) 470-2989
Toronto, Ontario M4V 2H2
Rian Cassells,   in Toronto
“Executives, lawyers, doctors, and high-achievers in all professions can, paradoxically, feel at a loss when faced with emotional conflicts or personal difficulties. My professional background in law, business, and psychotherapy gives me the credentials and skills required to assist you in understanding and resolving issues that may prove problematic in your professional or personal life. I have a Master of Therapeutic Counselling and I graduated from the one of the leading psychotherapy training institutions in North America--The Centre for Training in Psychotherapy (www.ctp.net), Toronto, Ontario.
(647) 977-5989
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2A5
Ontario Society of Psychotherapists,   in Toronto
“Feeling down or anxious? Relationship difficulties? Struggling with addiction? OSP is the professional home to over 300 psychotherapists in Ontario. Our searchable online directory at www.psychotherapyontario.com will help you find a qualified therapist who is the right match for you and the issues you wish to address.
(416) 923-4050
Toronto, Ontario M5A 1S2
Hanna Maria McDonough, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW, Psychot
“I am good working with clients whose distress is so intense that they want change. If the consult shows we are a good fit, we team up to achieve change. Relaxed, I lean in and stay very focused so talking and confiding comes easily. I am good at working with Co-Narcissists, lost in self-deprivation and over-giving to others, It feels easy to create a huge support for their right to self-care. They are moved to be felt from within. They notice and wonder why they take abuse from their families and partners.They start to rebel.
(416) 997-0043
Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1P9
Kusum Dole,   in Toronto
“People often ask me for tools that can help them fix what feels wrong or to change parts of their life. I tell them that therapy IS the tool for these types of changes. By starting psychotherapy you open up an opportunity to gain emotional insights that underlie change.
(647) 678-6208
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1V9
Jim Cullen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, RSW
“As a clinical social worker with over 20 years experience working with the LGBTTIQ community, I provide psychotherapy services to adult individuals and couples experiencing difficulties in a number of life areas. LGBTTIQ people are particularly vulnerable to mental health struggles and addiction due to stigmatization, trauma and other societal oppressions. My practice integrates evidence based, anti-oppression, and trauma informed practices within a harm reduction framework. Research indicates that the professional therapeutic alliance is key to successful therapy outcomes and I work to provide a safe, supportive environment for people to explore issues and conflicts they may be experiencing.
(416) 500-8843
Toronto, Ontario M5V 3V2
Karen Redhill-Feinstein, Psychological Associate  in Toronto
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Psychological Associate, MA, C, Psych, Assoc
“I believe in an empathic, collaborative approach, so that you may always be part of the therapeutic process. Psychotherapy allows for a unique relationship, whereby the focus of attention is on understanding you. It provides an opportunity for openness, trust and honesty, often difficult in other interpersonal situations. It can help you to increase your resilience to life challenges and improve relationships. I use a range of therapy modalities according to the best fit for your needs and personality. Greater meaning in life can be achieved by longer term therapy, but also brief periods of therapy which are cumulative.
(416) 849-4776 x405
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2A5
Unleash Potential, Pastoral Counselor  in Toronto
Pastoral Counselor
“Sometimes we are debilitated in living a full and happy life by events from our past that keep cropping up over and over again. Therapy is the focus on the healing of these wounds. I compassionately acknowledge these wounds and encourage their healing with powerful clearing techniques. On the other hand focusing on problems can make these problems more present in our lives. Coaching is about leaving these wounds in the past and getting on with our lives. My practice draws a balance between therapy and coaching that will accelerate your self actualization into loving happy human beings.
(647) 719-7779
Toronto, Ontario M4M 2Z7
Oren Gozlan, Psychologist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PsyD, ABPP, RRP
“At times you may feel that patterns of experiencing the world stubbornly persist and lead you to emotional, functional or relationship difficulties.My approach to treatment is aimed at helping you open up ways of experiencing the world. Therapy involves working closely to identify constraints of patterns and habits, help enhance self awarness and find creative paths and choices. I have over 15 years of experience treating and assessing individuals in private practice and hospital settings.
(416) 220-7830
Toronto, Ontario M4V 1B8
Miriam Schacter,   in Toronto
“Disruptive relationships and life events can continue to have distressing effects until they are safely supported and worked through. In psychotherapy, we explore and address our thoughts, emotions and behaviours. Our collaborative dialogue can help amplify resources and sources of support, uncover words, perspectives and ways of being to find relief from psychological distress or trauma.
(416) 536-5070
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1V9
Trudi Strasberg, Registered Psychotherapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Registered Psychotherapist, MA, RP, CCC
“Helping individual adults with depression, anger, career, relationships, traumatic experiences, and other issues. Offices at Adelaide/York (Royal Health Care Centre) and Bay/Adelaide. My work is always non-judgmental and confidential, so most people feel extremely comfortable talking to me. I genuinely enjoy seeing my clients succeed in achieving their psychotherapy, career, and life goals, and I always do my best to help them do so.
(416) 365-6885
Toronto, Ontario M5H 3P5
Kathy Thomas, Counselor  in Toronto
“Parenting is tough. You want to be the best parent you can be but when kids act out, coping with their behaviour can be very stressful, tough on your relationships, and disruptive for the rest of the family. If what you're doing isn't working, are you willing to try something new? I offer guidance & support for parents, using effective techniques that last forever, easy to implement, and have proven to resolve many of the problem areas within weeks. Once you incorporate my techniques into your daily routine, you'll notice a strong improvement in your child's behaviour.
(416) 780-1737
Toronto, Ontario M4N 3N1
Nadia Petraroja, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toronto
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, RSW, BEd
“I am a child, individual and family therapist in part-time private practice in Toronto. I have been working with families affected by learning disabilities, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD), Austism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other comorbid mental health complications (anxiety, depression) for the past fourteen years. I divide my private practice with my role as a child and family therapist at Aisling Discoveries Child and Family Centre. I have a Bachelor of Education Degree with fifteen years teaching experience. I incorporate my background in education to support parents struggling with school related issues.
(647) 206-2374
Toronto, Ontario M4K 1N8
Natalie Riback - Registered Psychotherapist, Counselor  in Toronto
“Looking inside yourself isn't always easy, but it is necessary, especially if you feel depressed, anxious, lost, or overwhelmed. The first step is putting your thoughts and feelings into words. Psychotherapy gives you the opportunity to talk about what is troubling you. This can provide a sense of relief, help you to feel less alone, and allow you to explore what has been getting in your way. With my help, you can discover better ways of dealing with your problems and gain a deeper insight into yourself that will improve your sense of peace, well-being and self-esteem.
(416) 821-7934
Toronto, Ontario M5R 1V7
Rom Malik, Counselor  in Toronto
“My name is Rom Malik. I am a psychotherapist with 20 years of full time private practice experience. I provide psychotherapy services to adults, emerging adults (18-25 year olds), teenagers, and children. How you cope with stress influences your psychological well-being, social functioning, and physical functioning. There are many ways to deal with anxiety and problems---some are self-defeating and make matters worse, such as denial, avoiding the problem, withdrawing, over-reacting, or becoming depressed. There is convincing evidence that psychotherapy makes a major difference in finding positive solutions to problems and in dealing with emotional distress in a healthy way.
(647) 931-1563
Toronto, Ontario M4N 3N1
Elaine Amsterdam, Counselor  in Toronto
“For over 20 years I have worked in the field of mental health. This includes more than 10 years of experience working with individuals in a private psychotherapy practice. Said simply, I believe the intention of psychotherapy is to help people feel better and be better equipped to live well. These objectives are determined by each client, as they consider their own context, influences, hopes and goals. I try to approach each person and each psychotherapy wth intellect, curiosity, creativity and respect.
(416) 312-3740
Toronto, Ontario M6G 1Y2
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